Peter Gidal - Flare Out Aesthetics 1966-2016

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Peter Gidal / Flare Out: Aesthetics 1966–2016
Edited par Mark Webber et Peter Gidal
The Visible Press, April 2016

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Flare Out: Aesthetics 1966–2016 is a collection of essays by Peter Gidal that includes “Theory and Definition of Structural/Materialist Film” and other texts on metaphor, narrative, and against sexual representation. Also discussed in their specificity are works by Samuel Beckett, Thérèse Oulton, Gerhard Richter and Andy Warhol. Throughout, Gidal’s writing attempts a political aesthetics, polemical as well as theoretical. One of the foremost experimental film-makers in Britain since the late 1960s, Peter Gidal was a central figure at the London Film-Makers’ Co-operative, and taught advanced film theory at the Royal College of Art. His previous books include Andy Warhol: Films and Paintings (1971), Understanding Beckett (1986) and Materialist Film (1989).

Preface 
Mark Webber

Introduction 
Peter Gidal

Essays
Theory and Definition of Structural/Materialist Film (1975)
Further Footnotes (1976) 
Problems ‘relating to’ Warhol’s Still Life 1976 (1978) 
The Anti-Narrative (1979) 
Technology and Ideology in/through/and Avant-Garde Film: An Instance (1980) 
Samuel Beckett’s Ghost Trio (1981) 
Against Sexual Representation in Film (1984) 
Fugitive Theses re Thérèse Oulton’s Paintings (1984) 
Dialogue and Dialectic in Godot (1986) 
The Anti-Zoom (A Little Polemic Against Metaphor) (1987) 
In Representation or Out? Some Condensed Notes on Aesthetics 
   and Politics (1988) 
Endless Finalities (Richter’s Abstract Paintings) (1993) 
The Polemics of Paint (Richter in the Nineties) (1995) 
NO EYE: Theoretical Reflections on the Eye, Metaphor and Film/Video (1995) 
Once is Never: Warhol’s Saturday Disaster & Blow Job (2001) 
Against Metaphor (1998, revised 2005/2015)

Miscellany
Letter to Artforum (1971) 
Letter to Screen (1976) 
Letter to Afterimage (1976) 
Eight Hours or Three Minutes (1971) 
Notes on my Film Work (1975)

Images 
16 pages of colour and black & white images
including film stills, manuscripts, archive documents,
and paintings by Thérèse Oulton, Gerhard Richter and Andy Warhol

Peter Gidal Filmography

Peter Gidal Bibliography

Author(s) Peter Gidal, Mark Webber
Format hardcover book, 20x13x2.5cm
Year 2016
Language(s) English
Pages 288 pages
Publisher The Visible Press

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